Ballroom Marfa Art Fund


The Polaroid Project with Alex Marks

10 Aug 2011


Solid Waste, 8 August 2011. Photo by Alex Marks.


eets Feats, 8 August 2011. Photo by Alex Marks.

We’ve started a new series at Ballroom where we have amazing photographer Alex Marks take polaroids of all of our visiting musicians. Here are the latest in the series: Marfa band Solid Waste and the Austin trio eets Feats from our show Monday night. (Be sure to check out Alex’s photos of Little Freddie King and Cass McCombs.) We’re super thrilled and lucky to have Alex work with us on this project, and thanks to all the bands for being game. Learn more about Alex and his photography on his website.

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